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17th March 2015 

The children enjoyed an exciting and interactive drama production; reiterating our anti bullying message. The performance underlined our school message that , no children should be bullied and to encourage children not to tolerate such behaviour. Our schools Citizenship curriculum will support the messages from this production  

NSPCC assembly - fundraising and raising awareness.

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Cooper Perry - Being funny for money and raising money for Red Nose Day!

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Cultural Week at Cooper Perry 

Developing our: social, moral, spiritual and cultural understanding. 

Nursery and Reception - Learning about Polish Celebrations

Year 1 and 2 visited the Gurdwara

Year 3 and 4 - Learning about the celebration of Eid

Year 5 and 6 - British values - through the eyes of an Afghanistani refugee

Water House assembly - Respect and being a Rights Respecting School.

Pupil choices; knowing we have the right to choice and using the knowledge we have wisely.

Parliament Week  - 17th - 21st November

Question time at Cooper Perry...

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The day Jeremy Lefroy visited and attended our Question Time.

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Year 3 and 4's visit from Mr Mark Winnington - County Councillor

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Understanding how Government and Parliament works.

Cooper Perry's Police Cadets of 2014 - Congratulations on your Passing Out Parade.

Rights Respecting Schools Award - Level 1

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Level 1 report

We are incredibly proud to announce that here at Cooper Perry we have been award the Level 1 RRSA . 

The Worshipful The Mayor visited our school to learn about our RRSA journey and  present us with our certificate. 

Our very special visitor.

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October 2014 - Fire Safety

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School Council/ Steering Group - Delivering their anti-bullying message.

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Article 42

Governments must make the Convention known to children and adults.

Our Steering Group will help us though our exciting journey towards becoming a Rights Respecting School. If you have any ideas then place them in the School Council/Steering Groups comment box which is in the hall.

 

Steering Group

Kayleigh, Edward, Archie J, Maddy ,Caitlin, Billy J, Ettienne, Jacob, Isabella , Billy P, Mrs Wynne, Mrs C Jones.

 

Article 12

Every child has the right to say what they think in all matters affecting them, and to have their views taken seriously.

Article 13

Every child must be free to say what they think and to seek and receive information of any kind as long as it is within the law

Article 19

Governments must do all they can to ensure that children are protected from all forms of violence, abuse, neglect and mistreatment by their parents or anyone else who looks after them.

 

NSPCC Childline Assembly - Article 12,13 and 19

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Article 24

Every child has the right to the best possible health. Governments must provide good quality health care, clean water, nutritious food and a clean environment so that children can stay healthy. Richer countries must help poorer countries achieve this.

Article 13

Every child must be free to say what they think and to seek and receive information of any kind as long as it is within the law

Our Playground Charter

 

The whole school came together to explore their thoughts on a whole school Playground/Lunchtime Charter , we discussed our rights and then our responsibilities towards respecting those rights.  After much deliberation we decided upon Articles from the CRC that the children thought should be included and they also came up with do and don'ts for respecting these.

 

School Council then created our final draft of our Playground/Lunchtime Charter. Make sure when you are around school you look our for the different posters with our charters on.

Article 12

Every child has the right to say what they think in all matters affecting them, and to have their views taken seriously.

Picture 1 Working together.
Picture 2 Talking and listening.
Picture 3 Taking turns.
Picture 4 Respecting the opinions of others.
Picture 5 Brainstorming.

School Council presented an assembly sharing the schools learning of rights and responsibilites.

Following on from discussions with School Council/Steering Group and Parents Forum we have invited this theatre group in to give us some very valuable tips on how to stay safe.

Article 36

Governments must protect children from all other forms of exploitation that might harm them.

Anti - Bullying Theatre production. Attended by Children and Parents.

We are very proud to announce that Cooper Perry Primary School has  been awarded a, 'Recognition of Commitment Award' for their efforts towards becoming a fully fledged Rights Respecting School !

 

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Enough Food For Everyone IF campaign - IF the G8 were kids

Sometimes it takes a child speaking the truth to point out the ludicrous faults of the adult world. Watch them take on the role of the most powerful leaders and see what happens.

The Story of Human Rights

Human Rights Video Education

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Article 24

Every child has the right to the best possible health. Governments must provide good quality health care, clean water, nutritious food and a clean environment so that children can stay healthy. Richer countries must help poorer countries achieve this.

Article 27 - We have the right to have our basic needs met.

Article 27  - We have the right to have our basic needs met.  1 The water pump we have sponsored.
Article 27  - We have the right to have our basic needs met.  2 Our letter of thanks.
Article 27  - We have the right to have our basic needs met.  3 Cooper Perry have a global outlook.

The Rights of a child

Here at Cooper Perry we are a Rights Respecting School

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Article 24

Every child has the right to the best possible health. Governments must provide good quality health care, clean water, nutritious food and a clean environment so that children can stay healthy. Richer countries must help poorer countries achieve this.

Classroom Charters

 

Each class have used the CRC to create their own classroom charters, where they have discussed their rights, how best they can respect these rights and discuss their responsibilities towards them.

Article 42

Governments must make the Convention known to children and adults.

Have a look at all of our learning about our rights and responsibilites.